The values we instill in our children are the values they will raise their families on. So the values we teach is not just one generation, it is from generation to generation. What we instill in our children is what they will pass on to their children. As a parent what influence we have on children will be long term, lasting impact on their lives. Just as a seed takes time to germinate in the ground and bring forth fruit, so our teaching and influence on our children (whether ours or ones we are entrusted to teach) takes time to bear fruit also. But it will bear fruit of somekind. Sometimes we grow weary with our children.

We wonder if what we are teaching them is really sinking in to their spirits, biblical values. Do you wonder sometimes if it isreally worth it, teaching them, spending time with them. If we can remember that which is sown today will bear fruit in the years to come.

Are we instilling the right values in our children? Not only the children in our families, but the children in our church family. The children we are loosing for one reason or another, I truly believe that what we as a church have planted in their hearts will produce good fruit in their lives wherever they may be. No matter how far away they go, God is right there with them and he will bring to remembrance the biblical values they have been taught.

Only take heed to yourself, and diligently keep yourself, lest you forget the things your eyes have seen-..._ and teach them to your children and your grandchildren.



Hi Lord, it’s me.

We are getting older and things are getting ...bad here.
Gas prices are too high, no jobs, so much corruption, food and heating costs too high.  We've lost the way. I know you were taken out of our schools, government and even Christmas, but Lord I'm asking you to come back and re-bless America. We really need you!  Badly! There are more of us who want you than those who don't!
Thank You Lord, I Love You.

In Jesus' Name, Amen.